Conference discussed the concept of food sovereignty and strategies for having local and healthy food on the table; watch
Brazilian Politics Society and Economy
Article discusses Brazil's actions on pesticides in view of the 45th session of the UN Human Rights Council
President prerecorded speech rebuking international criticism of his government’s failure to protect the Amazon
Glaucia and Cris work in Copavi, in Paraná. They speak about living as a couple within the Movement and the agroecological practice
Breaking down all barriers and questioning the forms of sentimental relationships imposed by society so that all can be who they really are, are aspects that form a big part of the struggle of the MST, a movement that has a high level of participation of landless LGBT workers in its agroecological production.
With the coup, Brazilian history recorded the event as a turning point and the beginning of an obscure, reactionary and proto-fascist period
On Brazil’s Independence Day, social movements staged the Shout of the Excluded nationally
The donations which initially began being offered by encampments and settlements, today are a part of two larger solidarity initiatives in Brazil
This past Tuesday (September 8th), after 115 days without a Health Minister, Brazil hit the grim milestone of 127,004 deaths as a result of the novel coronavirus.
The conflict began September 2nd, after a court order from the Justice Ministry; the cases relates to land reform
Complaint against the president stalled in the hands of a prosecutor; endorsment may increase pressure to move forward
The Brazilian Association of Jurists for Democracy (ABJD) gained the support of 223 civil organizations, political parties and social movements in Brazil, in their motion against president Jair Bolsonaro at the International Criminal Court (ICC).
The sociologist who took his class origins to the books and study, saw revolution as essential for the transformation of Brazil